Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 12, 1946 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 12, 1946
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PAGE rotm. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA. Postville Herald XVm. J. KUnjbeil, Publisher Entered at the PostofTice at Postville, Iowa, ns Second Class JIntter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 Per Year In Iowa Uix Months, $1.50 Three Months, 75c Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—Local, 30 cents per inch; Foreign and Transient, 35c Locals and Readers 10c per line' Want Ads—lc a Word (25c Minimum} Card oi Thanks T5q Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL €DITORIAL_ ' ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12. 1946. Mrs. Herman Knudt of Luana visited Mrs. Amelia Heins Monday. Miss Barbara Abernethy returned Monday from Algona where she had been visiting. Miss Marian Casten who graduated from Cornell College. Mt. Vernon, recently, arrived home last week. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa o »» « THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 13, 14 and 15 "PARDON MY PAST" —with Fred MacMurray and Marguerite Chapman Everybody—that is. almost everybody—likes comedy and so most everybody will like this swell show too. It is a story wherein there are many mistaken identities involved. There is action and suspense too. You will like this film better than any previous one that MacMurray has been in for some time. Don't miss it. Glenn J. Jarmcs went to Prairie du Chien. Wis., on business Frldny. Ray R. Douglass went to Des Moines Thursday to attend the Masonic Grand Lodge sessions. There were 31 decks of livestock shipped from the Postville yards over the Milwaukee railroad. Mrs. Joseph B. Steele and daughter, Marilyn, returned from Gilbertvillc Sunday after spending a week there. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Walter of Springfield. 111., arrived here Sunday for a visit to local relatives and friends. Harvey Engelhardt of Luana was a Postville business visitor last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. August Schael of Lawler were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Minger have returned from their wedding trip and are now at home on their farm near Wadena. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Reincke, Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Stromsodt and Miss Bemice Stromsodt visited in Decorah Saturday. Neil Bulman, student at Iowa State SUNDAY, MONDAY, JUNE 16 and 17 "TOMORROW IS FOREVER" —with Claudette Colbert and George Brent Believing her husband killed in World War I, Claudette remarries. Later he returns to find that he has a son. Keeping his secret from everyone, he helps his boy enlist and not until long after his death is his identity revealed. This tense and absorbing drama is sure to be one of the top films of 1946. And Claudette Colbert gives a performance that will surely win the Academy Award next year. There are no battle scenes in the film. There hasn't been a finer drama on the screen in many a season. Both George Brent and Orson Welles are great. Don't miss this truly great dramatic film. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. IHUHUHMHH intiininititnuiH Joseph B. Steele will address the college in Ames, spent the weekend Luana Commercial club Thursday eve- at the home of his parents, Mr. and ning on the work of the FBI during the war. ; ' ••-..Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paulsen and daughter. Hilda, wore Sunday dinnor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz PapV in Luana. Louis Hill. Louis Hill. .Tr., Harold ChristofTerson and Frank Dulong went to Waterloo Tuesday to attend a hardware meeting. Donald Koh'rs returned last Wednesday from Sioux Falls. So. Dak., where he spent 10 days visiting his uncle, William Kohrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Haltmeyer and Jerry and Jo Ann. and Mr. and Mrs. John Kohrs and son. Donald, spent Sunday in Farmersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manja and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lenth visited at the home of Mrs. Sadie Hartwig in St. AnsRar over the weekend. ''Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller went to Des Moines Sunday to get Leo ChristofTerson and Grant Schultz who had spent last .week at Iowa Boys' State. Ruth Elaine Green returned home Wednesday after a three weeks visit in Decatur, St. Charles and Chicago. 111. In Decatur she visited the Russell Ernst family. Mrs. F. H. Schultz. who has been at Stillwater. Okla., visiting her son. Orville, will leave there Saturday to return home. Orville will accompany her for a visit here. Millard Helgerson of Waterloo came Saturday to spend a few days with his mother. Mrs. Clara Helgerson, going back Wednesday. Emmett Helgerson of Waverly spent Sunday here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and fam ily returned Monday from Franklin, Wis., where they spent the last week visiting Mrs. Olson's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boedeker, and family and other relatives and friends. Roy Sprague of Waukesha, Wis., and Mrs. George Whare of Two Harbors, Mich., came last week for a visit in the home of their sister. Mrs. Maude Baily. It was the former's first visit here in twenty years. They expect to leave for their homes Thursday. Miss Marion Newman of Juda. Wis., came last Friday for a visit in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil, and sons. She returned home Monday, accompanied by Mrs. Klingbeil and sons, Dick and Jerry, who will spend a week with relatives in Juda. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMartin of Jesup and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Green returned here Monday from their trip to Bruce and other Wisconsin points. At Bruce they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tatro and family. The Mc- Martins will remain here until Sunday when their daughter, Mrs. H. W. Kistner of Waterloo, will come to take them back to Jesup. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY JUNE 18 and 19 "TOKIO ROSE" —with Byron Barr and Lotus Long The exact and true story of Tokio Rose. — ALSO — "ROCKING IN THE ROCKIES" —with The Three Stooges, The IloosJer Hot Shots, Spade Cooley and his Kings of Western Swing, and Ken Curtis There are many who tell us that they enjoy these musical westerns more than any other type that are shown. Here is one that even the most "particular" movie fan will enjoy. Tuesday & Wednesday ARE CASH NIGHTS! i <w.»V/'»>/:»V7'»\-/ IW»V/»VI »«v »v< »\ Weekend Specials Jack Sprat 'Wheat Cereal, 28 ounce package 16c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 11 ounce package 9c Jack Sprat Wheat Flakes, g ounce package for 9c Jack Sprat Wheat Puffs, 8 ounce package for 9c Jack Sprat Tea, Dark, ?a pound package 49c Jack Sprat Tea, Dark, pound pkg. with coupon 39c Jack Sprat Ice Cream Mix, per package 6c Jack Sprat Chicken-Noodle Dinner, pint jar for 39c Jack Sprat Tomatoes, No. Z can for 15c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 26c Jack Sprat Orange-Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can 54c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 87c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 2 pound glass jar 59c Hills Bros, Coffee, Drip or Regular, 1 lb, can 35c Oakite, Cleans a Million Things, 2 packages for .23c Raisins, Seedless, 2 lb. pkg 28c Sani Flush Bowl Cleanser, can....19c Pen Jell, 2 packages 25c Crackin' Good Crackers, Saltine or Graham, 1 lb. pkg 19c Mra.._William Bulman. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Enyart of Postville are the parents of a baby girl, weighing eight pounds, born June 9 jit_ the. Postville hospital. Mrs. L. O. Koevenig. Vance Stover, James Koevenig and William Schultz went to Cedar Rapids Monday to attend a hardware meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hartwig and family of St. Ansgar came here Sunday and with their son and brother, Rudy, had a picnic at Pike's Peak at McGregor. Miss Jean Kelleher of Chicago spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Kelleher. She was accompanied by her friend, Ed Porter, also of Chicago. Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb returned Tuesday to Parker, So. Dak., after a two month's visit here in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and Marion, and Miss Anna H. Leui. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Luhman and daughter. Valerie, left Sunday for northern Minnesota on a week's va cation, during which Hubert expects to do some intensive fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Nichols and family of Waterloo were weekend guests of his mother. Mrs. Beulah Nichols, Mrs. Louise Meyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harva Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Locke Easton and Mrs. Addie Easton of Mason City, accompanied by their guest, Mrs. Cora Cassill of Long Beach, Calif., were visiting Postville relatives and friends Sunday. Mrs. Millie Ayer and daughter, Inez, of Austin. Minn., came last Thursday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Burdick. Mrs. Ayer, who was born here as Millie Riley, is a cousin of Mrs. Burdick. Arbey Rose. Otto Miene, Frank Reinhardt and son. Clarence, returned home Saturday from Canistota, So Dak., where they had spent several days in the J. F. and H. H. Schluetter homes and to do some strenuous fishing in the lakes of that region. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mcintosh of Lake Linden. Mich., were guests last week in the Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerr homes. Mrs. Mcintosh is a cousin of Mrs. Roberts. From here the couple went to Grinnell to attend the celebration at Grinnell College. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Martens received a telephone call last week from the former's brother, Petty Officer Leonard Martens, advising them that he had landed at San Francisco, Calif., and was expecting his discharge from the service momentarily. Leonard has been serving in the navy 25 months. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Kozelka and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waters left Monday morning for a two weeks vacation trip through the eastern states. They will visit Niagara Falls, New York City and Washington. D. C. At New York City Mr. Kozelka will attend the national seed dealers convention. Miss Lillian Erickson, who has been visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Erickson in Grand' Meadow township, left yesterday for Los Angeles, Calif., to join her sister, Irene, who is employed in that city. Lillian was accompanied by her friend, Miss Kay MacCaffrey of Cleveland, Ohio, who also has been visiting in the Erickson home. V Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts and children, Hall, Frank and Nancy, and Robert Lindsay were at Grinnell Sunday to attend the centennial celebration at Grinnell College, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts being graduates from that school. They met there Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts and Miss Stella Roberts of Seattle, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Templettin of Portland, Oregon, who were also in attendance at the Grinnell observance, FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. TH0MA The JACK SPRAT Store John Fahney arrived here Monday from Pcnsacoln, Florida, where he spent the winter and spring. Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loftsgard in West Union. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White or Waterloo came Saturday to spend the weekend In the home of the George Kohlmnnn family. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy went to Fayette Sunday to help Mr. Handy "s mother. Mrs. Frank Handy, celebrate her 86th birthday that day. A baby boy. weighing seven pounds and four ounces, was born June 10 to Mr. and Mrs. George Schupbach of Kl- gin at the Postville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and Marion, and the former's mother. Mrs E. C. Sonnkalb. attended the first mass of Rev. Donald Hutchinson in Waukon Sunday. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON. IOWA. Reuben Christofferson of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend here in the home of his son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harold ChrislofTorson. and with other relatives and friends. Miss Norine Cook of Marion, So. Dak., came Monday for a visit to her friend. Miss Mcrna Aitchison. The ladies were roommates while attending the University of Dubuque a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Bowl in of Des Moines came Tuesday to visit in the home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Kiesau. and other relatives and friends. They expect to return home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrett were at Lansing Sunday to visit in the home of their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barrett, and farnily. They also visited in New Albin before returning home. NOTICE! WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO TAKE ORDERS FOR RUG AND TACKED-DOWN CARPET CLEANING. DONE IN YOUR OWN HOME. STARTING JUNE 17. PHONE OF CALL ON US TO PLACE YOUR ORDER. PHONE 148-W. GORDAN- 1 IER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. j Fred J. Miller, accompanied by E. D. | Stone of West Union. G. J. Lee of; Waterloo and Herman Zacharias of j Oelwein. returned home Friday from j Wahkon, Minn., where they had been j on a fishing and camping trip at Mille; Lacs. They caught 47 llsh. mostly j wall-eyed pike, during their stay there. Mrs. Harry J. Carney and daughters. Mary Kay and Barbara, and the former's sister-in-law. Miss Ruse Mary Carney of New Hampton, left Thursday for Perry after a visit here in the home of Mrs. Carney's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Horgan. They are moving into their new home in Perry this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Sebastian made a trip Friday and Saturday through the wastelands of Wisconsin. They spent some time at La Crosse, Sparta, Tomah, The Dells, Baraboo and Prairie du Sac. At Baraboo they visited relatives of Mrs. Sebastian and in Prairie du Sac they were guests of Mrs. Sophia Schara and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz were at West Union Friday evening to attend a meeting on economic and social policies as these relate to present-day affairs at home and abroad. The meeting was in charge of the extension department of Iowa State College, Ames, and Carl Malone, extension economist of that institution, addressed the meeting. 1IFAT CAUSES EXPLOSION HEAT ,, AVIN0 ON I). S. 82 An explosion, caused by the expansion of concrete due to the e.^eme heat, tore u large hole in the paving on U. S. Highway 52, one mile west of Postville Tuesday afternoon, P. A. Schneider, highway commission division maintenance engineer, said on Tuesday. Want Ads get cash from those needing your "Don't Wants." Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Snyder and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder, of Butler, Pa., were guests last Wednesday afternoon In the home of Mrs. Alice Miller. Mrs. George Tjaden was In Cedar Rapids last weekend to attend the graduation exercises in which her niece was a participant. Mrs. Tjaden was accompanied home by her mother. Mrs. Jane DuBois, who is visiting here. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, Grand Meadow Country . Club Holds Annual Picnic, ' The Grand Meadow Country club held its annual children's day p ro . gram and picnic at the Postville tourist park Thursday. "It being otic of those rare Juno days, everyone enjoyed the outing this fine pork affords," the club reporter sold of the event. In the afternoon the following children's program was in charge of Mrs Keith Carlson: Song, "Bell Bottom Trousers," by Gwen Wcrger and B« t . undine Kugel; Nursery rhymes by Jeanine and Jerome Lenth; song, "Sioux City Sue," by Mary, Ruth and Jane Pannckc; children's contest, won by Ardyth Wagner. . Birthday songs were sting for Mrs. Enoch Mork and Mrs. Donald Kugel, nnd Ruth Lenth won the club's contest! The next meeting will he held June 27 with Mrs. Harold A. Brewer. A. L. Peterson attended the 45th anniversary reunion of his graduating class of Grinnell college in Grinnell Iowa, on last Saturday and Sunday at the college centennial. His son, Don R. Peterson, of Des Moines, who is on the editorial staff of the Des Moines Register, also attended the centennial and accompanied his father .home and spent several days here. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cooley of La Crosse, Wis., spent the weekend with the former's mother, Mrs. Aulden Cornish. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs. Cornish attended a picnic at Clermont in celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larson, Mrs. Cornish's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow also attended the anniversary celebration. The Larsons are Mrs. Burrows' uncle and aunt. See Us For GENUINE McCORMICK- DEERING TWINE PRE-WAR QUALITY Falb Motor Co. Telephone No. 290 Postville, Iowa Give Dad Every man likes really good tools. There are dozens of appropriate gifts for Dad in our fine Tools Department. Or . . . here are a few other hints of things you can buy him here: Playing Cards Pocket Knives Fishing Tackle Cigarette Boxes Book Ends Air Circulator Rifles Stationery Thermos Bottles Power Grinders Smoking Stands Flashlights Razors and Blades Humidors Electric Fans Shotguns Ammunition Billfolds Picture Frames Hedge Shears Tools and Fishing Tackle Boxes Fluorescent Reading Lamps LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing OUR OWN HARDWARE Plymouth, Green Top and International BinderTwine For Your Harvest: BACK TO PRE-WAR QUALITY! The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa MEN-Have You Paid Your Poll This is to remind all persons who received poll tax notices that said tax of $3.00 is payable on or before Saturday, June 15y 1946, to Joseph B. Steele, Town Clerk. . For your information this tax is authorized by Section 6231 of the 1939 Code of Iowa and is levied by Ordinance 201 of the Town of Postville. In case of failure to pay the tax the Town may recover same, and penalty of not more than two dollars, by court action. Unpaid poll taxes are certified to the County Auditor and treated and collected as ordinary county taxes, and shall be a lien upon all the real property of the delinquent. World War I and II veterans are NOT exempt from the tax. M. C. Peering, Mayor

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